Glenluce is a rural village with a valley setting and a 12th century abbey while the Water of Luce offers salmon fishing.
Glenluce is in Wigtownshire and lies between the ferry port of Stranraer and Newton Stewart. The village is set in a beautiful valley and a key attraction is the 12th century Glenluce Abbey which also features the Museum of Monastic Life.
The Water of Luce flows by the village and offers excellent salmon and sea trout fishing. Glenluce has a good variety of shops, hotels, and other services and is a great base for touring the Rhinns of Galloway where Logan Botanic Gardens are situated and the Machars area where you’ll find a good range of golf courses and coastal walks.